26 Mizpah, Kephirah, Mozah,

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Joshua 18:26

Commentary on Joshua 18:11-28

(Read Joshua 18:11-28)

The boundaries of each portion were distinctly drawn, and the inheritance of each tribe settled. All contests and selfish claims were prevented by the wise appointment of God, who allotted the hill and the valley, the corn and pasture, the brooks and rivers, the towns and cities. Is the lot of any servant of Christ cast in affliction and sorrow? It is the Lord; let him do what seemeth him good. Are we in prosperity and peace? It is from above. Be humbled when you compare the gift with your own unworthiness. Forget not Him that gave the good, and always be ready to resign it at his command.

25 of Kiriath Jearim, Kephirah and Beeroth, 743

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Ezra 2:25

Commentary on Ezra 2:1-35

(Read Ezra 2:1-35)

An account was kept of the families that came up out of captivity. See how sin lowers a nation, which righteousness would exalt!

29 of Kiriath Jearim, Kephirah and Beeroth , 743

Matthew Henry's Commentary on Nehemiah 7:29

Commentary on Nehemiah 7:5-73

(Read Nehemiah 7:5-73)

Nehemiah knew that the safety of a city, under God, depends more upon the inhabitants than upon its walls. Every good gift and every good work are from above. God gives knowledge, he gives grace; all is of him, and therefore all must be to him. What is done by human prudence, must be ascribed to the direction of Divine Providence. But woe to those who turn back from the Lord, loving this present world! and happy those who dedicate themselves, and their substance, to his service and glory!